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About Ashland

21,038 in city
285,624 in metro
28 km² (11 mi²)
167.946842234 m
Ashland is a center for heavy industries such as steel, chemicals, and petroleum products in a region rich in coal, natural gas, limestone, oil, and lumber. It is the chief city of northeastern Kentucky, and is part of a metropolitan area which includes Huntington, West Virginia and Ironton, Ohio. Settled in 1815, it was laid out as a town in 1854 around its Central Park, famous for its Native American mounds. Ashland was named for Henry Clay's home in Lexington.

No. of Buildings

No. Current status
27 All Buildings

Tallest Buildings

# Building Height Year
1 Community Trust Bank Building 116 ft 1924
2 SkyTower - -
3 Delta Hotel by Marriott - 1985
4 Scope Towers 2 - -
5 Scope Towers 1 - -